With the 2016 season officially coming to an end, it’s time to look ahead towards the New York Giants’ offseason. 

Despite a very impressive regular season, the New York Giants were thrashed, 38-13, by the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Wild Card Round, and are now eliminated from the playoffs.

Now, the Giants must look forward to the offseason, whether it be free agency or the draft. Here is a position-by-position look at how the Giants should improve this offseason.


Despite an underwhelming season from Eli Manning, he is still the Giants starter going forward. Manning was often victimized by the poor performance of his offensive line, as well as some timely drops by wide receivers. The real question for the Giants at the quarterback position is who will back Manning up.

Both Ryan Nassib and Josh Johnson are free agents this offseason, and it wouldn’t be a complete surprise if neither of them are re-signed. While backup quarterback is of significant importance for some teams, the Giants have only started one quarterback since Eli Manning took over in 2004.

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